Beltangady: 22-year-old youth drowns while taking bath in Phalguni river


Daijiworld Media Network - Belthangady (DV)

Beltangady, May 6: In a tragic accident, a 22-year-old youth who ventured into a river to take bath, drowned. The incident took place in the Phalguni river in Padangady of Beltangady taluk here on Thursday, May 6.

The deceased is identified as Nishanth, son of Karyana Dugappa, of Padangady village.

Earlier on Thursday, Nishanth along with his friends had been to the river to take a swim. As Nishanth and his friends were swimming, one of his friends lost balance. In a bid to save him, Nishanth slipped due to strong currents and drowned in the water.

Though a few of his friends tried to save him and rushed him to the hospital, Nishanth could not be saved.

  

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Don't they Water at home for Bath ...

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Thu, May 06 2021

    Youths are becoming ignorant despite having seen such tragedies in news and in social media viral messages.

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  • Mujieeb, kasargod

    Thu, May 06 2021

    God protect our kids from all kids of tragedies. I could not understand why our youth are placing themselves in danger. Why are they going to swim in river whereas they dont know swimming. Taking bath in a river is not a simple job. There might be change in tide suddenly and this will take one in surprise. We cannot fight the force of water.

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